Deadly floods paralyse Jakarta
Seasonal rains have triggered massive flooding in Indonesia's capital, forcing at least 20,000 people to leave their homes and bringing misery to many more.
Floods regularly hit parts of Jakarta in the rainy season, but Thursday's deluge following an intense rain storm appeared especially widespread.
Authorities said four people had been killed by the waters, which washed into homes, offices, schools and roads across the city of 14 million people.
Monsoon rains, deforestation in the hills to the south of the city, chaotic planning and hundreds of rivers and waterways combine to cause floods, which expose the country's poor infrastructure even as it posts impressive economic growth.